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Spooky Trick or Treat Sign

Using some scrap wood make your very own Spooky Trick or Treat Sign for Halloween. Part of a Halloween 5 Day Decorating Challenge | www.raggedy-bits.com | #raggedybits #halloween #spooky #sign #decorate #trick #treat

A big welcome to our Halloween 5 Day Decorating Challenge! Where my sweet blogging pal Katrin from Kreativ K and I will be sharing 5 Days Straight of Halloween projects. All for you to make and create along with us! To kick off this fun Challenge I’m sharing a fun easy Spooky Trick or Treat Sign using scrap wood for you to make.

Spooky Trick Or Treat Sign

Using some scrap wood make your very own Spooky Trick or Treat Sign for Halloween. Part of a Halloween 5 Day Decorating Challenge | www.raggedy-bits.com | #raggedybits #halloween #spooky #sign #decorate #trick #treat

 

To see what else we’ve been busy creating :

Supplies needed:

 

Step 1 – Mix 1 part Sweet Pickins Milk Paint – Lantern with 1 part warm water until combined. Apply 2 coats to your wood letting each coat try in between. Distress to your liking using the 120 Grit Sandpaper.

 

Using some scrap wood make your very own Spooky Trick or Treat Sign for Halloween. Part of a Halloween 5 Day Decorating Challenge | www.raggedy-bits.com | #raggedybits #halloween #spooky #sign #decorate #trick #treat

 

Step 2 – Remove the backing paper from your stencil and align in the centre of your sign. Adhere to the wood and use your old store card to rub over the top paying attention around the letters.

 

Using some scrap wood make your very own Spooky Trick or Treat Sign for Halloween. Part of a Halloween 5 Day Decorating Challenge | www.raggedy-bits.com | #raggedybits #halloween #spooky #sign #decorate #trick #treat

 

Step 3 – Remove the clear transfer paper on top.

 

Using some scrap wood make your very own Spooky Trick or Treat Sign for Halloween. Part of a Halloween 5 Day Decorating Challenge | www.raggedy-bits.com | #raggedybits #halloween #spooky #sign #decorate #trick #treat

 

Step 4 – Pop out some Lamp White onto an old plate or tile. Grap your foam wedge and begin pouncing onto your stencil. Let completely dry.

 

Using some scrap wood make your very own Spooky Trick or Treat Sign for Halloween. Part of a Halloween 5 Day Decorating Challenge | www.raggedy-bits.com | #raggedybits #halloween #spooky #sign #decorate #trick #treat

 

Step 5 – Once completely dry, carefully peel away your stencil. Grab your sandpaper and distress lightly.

 

Using some scrap wood make your very own Spooky Trick or Treat Sign for Halloween. Part of a Halloween 5 Day Decorating Challenge | www.raggedy-bits.com | #raggedybits #halloween #spooky #sign #decorate #trick #treat

 

Final Step –  Seal with yummy wax.
And there you have a Spooky Trick or Treat Sign to decorate with this Halloween!
Be sure to check out below what Katrin has been up to!
Happy Painting!


 

Join us as we decorate for Halloween 5 Day Decorating Challenge to inspire you with lots of fun crafts and DIY's | www.raggedy-bits.com | #Halloween #DIY #decorate #craft

 

Welcome to Day 1 of our fun Halloween 5 Day Decorating Challenge!

Join us for the next 5 days where we will share fun projects that you can also make and create before Halloween.

Katrin – KreativK
Sam – Raggedy Bits

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Don’t have time to make now? Be sure to PIN for later!

Using some scrap wood make your very own Spooky Trick or Treat Sign for Halloween. Part of a Halloween 5 Day Decorating Challenge | www.raggedy-bits.com | #raggedybits #halloween #spooky #sign #decorate #trick #treat

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7 comments

  1. Oh I love it Sam!! Would love to have it on my mantel or cabinet!! Thanks so much for inviting me to join you with the Challenge, it’s so much fun!!

  2. Loving all these Halloween you have shared so far! I would love for you to come and link up your favorite Halloween decor and crafts at the Hauntingly Beautiful Decor link party! The party starts tomorrow night on my blog and lasts all month. Hope you can join us!

  3. I wish I could get the whole stencilling thing right. I always seem to end up with bleeding, blotchy prints. Oh well I’ll just have to keep on trying 😉 Love your little Trick or Treat sign Sam

  4. Love your Halloween projects Sam.
    Thank you for sharing them at Create, Bake, Grow & Gather party this week. I’m delighted to be featuring this project at tonight’s party and pinning too.
    Hugs,
    Kerryanne

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